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New Giveaway from Kayla Koeune

I reached out to some of my artist friends to see if they'd like to create art for CC's Lets Bring Back The Fun movement. For those unaware of this movement, it's achieved through you sharing your photographs and memories of happier times with your family and friends. It's a way to take back social media and get you to step away from the news for a bit. For the artists involved, it's a way for them to keep their artistic juices flowing, create the piece of art, sell the art, and make some money in the process. When I presented this opportunity to my dear friend Kayla Koeune, she jumped at the chance. But if you know Kayla, you know she always has another plan up her sleeve ( I think that's why I love her so). Kayla created a coloring book page for the kiddos and adults to use through her #ArtForGood project and would like to gift a fellow artists some goodies from her studio. All ages welcomed to enter. Happy coloring! - Lisa


The rules:

Download this Page - (Use promo code FreeColor), Print and Color for Free, Post It On Instagram, and Tag & Follow @KaylaInfernoArt / #infernoartstudio and @Chopcult / #chopcult. A panel will vote and the winner will be announced on April 2nd!

Prize Pack - 18x24 Print of Mountain Run, a copy of Kayla and Jessi's "Joey and the Chopper Boys," book - signed by Kayla, and Inferno Art Studio Pin and Stickers!

#ArtForGood Project
- This project stems from my desire to put more good out in the world in order to leave it better than I found it. Net Proceeds of these pieces are donated to an organization that is out doing good work. Whether it's teaching, maintaining our parks, cleaning our oceans, planting trees or responding to a crisis. #ArtForGood is a way I can do my part to help. No one is ever too small to make a positive difference! -Kayla


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